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hat started 10 years ago as a simple attempt to break away from the ordinary and mundane New Year celebrations, Tracy Young’s 12 hours non-stop dance event GENESIS has now become a tradition for dance Electronic Dance Music lovers around the world.

From neighboring states and continents, over 3000 guests flock down to Miami’s South Beach every year to mark their New Year with the big room sound of the world renowned DJ/Producer Tracy Young. Beginning at 8am New Year’s Day January 1st, 2013, Tracy Young will once again provide a sanctuary for those who refuse to take part in the commotions of South Beach’s New Years count-down. Backed by Young’s Ferosh Multimedia team and superclub Manion’s infamous sound system and 360 lighting installation, Genesis will bring back the magic and serve the unforgettable New Year Experience Genesis is known for. Marking our 10th Anniversary, we will continue the celebration with a special outdoor After-Party Event at an undisclosed rooftop that will begin at 4pm, January 1st, 2013 featuring international guest performers and DJs.



MAIN Event Date: location:

January 1st, 2013 : 8am - END
mansion 360 1235 washington ave miami beach, FL 33139


over 3000 electronic dance music lovers & supporters of the L.G.B.T community

past performers:

deborah cox

Cirque du soleil

macy gray

maya simantov, cee vox, celeda, oscar g, kid madonny

past partners:



selected INTL. Appearances

sydney melbourne perth hong kong beijing kuala lumpur domoch london paris prague brussels amsterdam rome morocco mykonos casablanca barcelona rio de janeiro san paulo cancun mexico city toronto montreal vancouver san juan

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mtv sisqo’s shakedown kourtney & Khloe take miami Bravo’s housewives of atlanta logo’s the A list

Selected AD Campaigns
Sunglass Hut lincoln automotive ford focus red bull muscle milk pioneer

The Emmy Awards The Grammy Awards Sundance Film Festival Madonna Album Launches BVLGARI Gay Olyimpics w Liza Minelli Von Dutch The Collection, Miami Ford Lincoln Automative Roberto Cavalli Narcisso Rodriguez Sunglass Hut GLAAD David Barton Gyms Kylie Minogue US Tour

selected private events
lenny kravitz sean ‘puffy’ combs ricky martin cher the smashing pumpkins russel simmons britney spears madonna

But it wasn’t just the gay community that was drawn by Young’s magnetic musical pull; celebrities from Cher to Sean Combs fell under her spell, inviting the disc jockess to spin their exclusive private parties to A-List invitees. Once Madonna coronet-ed her as her go-to DJ in 2000, Young became a global electronic music celebrity in demand at nightclubs around the world and a breakout name on the Billboard charts racking up 40 #1 Club Play hits including 13 Madonna remixes as well as imaginative electronic reinventions of songs by Christina Aguilera, Shakira, and Enrique Iglesias.


hat the electronic music dynamo has done over the last two decades is taken her irresistible passion for dance music from the underground to the mainstream, going from clubland cause celebre to mainstream celebrity in the process.

It’s been a long, winding road to the top for the spunky Young, who lauunched her career in 1991 as a hip-hop raido DJ. “I love all kinds of music,” the Washington, D.C. born spinstress states. “Growing up in a divorced household, I always too comfort in it.” At the time, Young had no idea of the heights to which she would rise. “If you told me 10 years later I’d be DJing Madonna’s wedding, I’d say you were crazy!” she laughst. But even from its earliest stages, Young’s musical prowess made people take notice, and it wasn’t long before she translated her work at Interscope Records to a thriving career in the DJ booth that allowed her to bring her one-of-a-kind funk, hip-hop and old-school blend of beats to the masses on eastern corridor airwaves and cable television. But soon the sun-drenched shores of Miammi came calling, and with her move came a shift in sound that saw Young injecting her hip-hop roots with the house music thump that emanated from the steamy, celebrity-filled nightclubs that comprised the South Beach scene. With the assistance of luminaries Ingrid Casares and Chris Paciello, Miami was also where Young carved a niche for herself, both as a female in the traditionally male-dominated stomping grounds of the DJ booth, and as a darling of the thriving gay circuit party scene.

selected releases
scissor sisters -lets have a kiki madonna - gang bang kelly clarkson - stronger deborah cox - if it wasn’t for love britney spears - hold it against me madonna - revolver kim zolciak - tardy for the party erika jayne - pretty mess akon - beautiful amerie - take control kristine w - the boss idina menzel - defying gravity stevie nicks - stand back cyndi lauper - shine